What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? South Carolina...I am looking for real help here. I bought a new car at KIA and did not receive the registration. Three weeks later I called the dealership and was told it was the DMV's fault that they were running behind. I called the DMV who had no records from the dealership so I called back and spoke to the woman who does the paperwork there. She informed me that the papers had been filled out incorrectly and so they were returned but she was "walking them through" and I would have the registration within one week. Two weeks later, I called repeatedly but could not get a call back. 7 weeks into this odyssey, my husband got a call from someone claiming to be with the DMV in Myrtle Beach SC over 3 hours away and they told hubby that the tag we had was no longer in his name and we needed to buy a new tag. When he told me this, I immediately called the local DMV who stated that the tag is still in hubby's name and confirmed the number was NOT the DMV. ( I suspect someone from KIA in Myrtle beach)and it was a mobile phone. Now, after 7 weeks had passed and I STILL did not have a registration, I walked into the dealership and was told that the problem was the car was in my husbands name (as the last car was) and the tag was in my name and again they insisted I buy a new tag. I refused, stating that I was transferring the tag. At this time, the man asked me for proof that I had paid car taxes in June!!!!!!!!! I asked him for a computer and immediately pulled up the info and printed it and handed it to him. He told me that he would have it for me in 1-2 days. That was a week ago and.....no, after 2 months, I still do not have a registration and the credit union that has financed us does not have the title. I am not sure what else there is to do. I don't think it is fair I should have to pay an attorney to send them a letter to get the paperwork and am just considering having an attorney file suit against them. Of course, if I do that, I won't drop it when they cough up the title, they will have to pay me back for attorneys fee's. Any thoughts? What is happening here?